Weddings

by Someones Sanity   Jun 22, 2007


What makes a wedding?
Is it the location? The time of the year? The vastness of the wedding? The food? The song?
Or is it the One? The family? The friends?

Would it matter if the One lost everything and couldn't pay for the wedding, so your extravagant wedding was turned into a very small wedding in your backyard?

Would it matter if it rained? With all your hopes to a wedding outdoors in the sun, would it matter?

A wedding is made from the friends and family and the memories made. It doesn't matter that it didn't turn out the way you wanted. All you need are those closest to you.

Besides doesn't everyone want to kiss in the rain?

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  • 13 years ago

    by Lonely Little Dreamer

    Hehe i like this one..it kind of shows how people get lost in the materialisticness (yes i made a word) of a wedding..ive sometimes said screw getting married..you dont need the wedding and the rings and the piece of paper...all that is needed is the love and trust shared between two people..and yes i would love a kiss in the rain..hehe..good job